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#1 Julia-the-PCGP


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Posted 14 June 2012 - 01:49 AM


I have friend who uses Outlook 2003 for his email.

He uses as default the stationery which puts what appears to be a spiral notepad as the background into which he types his message. I can't seem to find it on the PC I have which runs 2003 so I guess it's not been installed, so I can't check it out myself specifically.

However, the text appears too far to the left making it hard to read - what's the easiest way to push the text insertion point permanently to the right to resolve this problem so that each email he starts formats correctly without any action on his part ?

I look forward to your expert replies on this quite simple, but frustrating, query of my friend.


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